Iroquois High School students from Pamela Russell’s Studio in Art classes have teamed up with the school's Diversity Club to compete in Western New York's BAND Against Bullying Program.
The Iroquois School District saw record low turnouts for state testing in grades 3-8 earlier this month. At its April 22 meeting, the Iroquois School Board examined the ramifications from the low participation.
The East Aurora Music Boosters group is officially up and running. It recently obtained its 501c(3) non-profit status, which means that any donations made to the Music Boosters is tax deductible.
With 1,100 member-owners and an expected late-summer opening date, it is a busy time for the East Aurora Cooperative Market. The growing momentum has translated into a full slate of candidates for the Co-op’s upcoming Board of Directors election, with seven candidates vying for four open seats.
Capital repairs and equipment purchases in the amount of about $900,000 are scheduled to take place in the coming months for the Town of Aurora. The town board is acting to take advantage of low interest rates for the projects.
On May 9, East Aurora native Aubrey McLaughlin will run the Gnaw Bone 50-mile race in Gnaw Bone, Indiana to raise funds and awareness for the Rural Outreach Center (ROC), a nonprofit organization based in South Wales.
The East Aurora boys and girls varsity track teams notched two more wins this past week, beating Depew April 21 and placing second at the Dunkirk Invitational April 24.